|Rag Radio 2010-08-24 / Immigration Attorney Barbara Hines - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer|
Barbara Hines is a famed immigration attorney and a clinical law professor at the University of Texas at Austin, who has been involved in landmark litigation defending the constitutional and statutory rights of immigrants. In 2000, Texas Lawyer Magazine named her one of 100 Texas “Legal Legends” of the 20th century. She and her students gained international notice for their work in drawing attention to the T...
Keywords: Underground Press, Rag Radio; Barbara Hines; Thorne Dreyer; Immigration; UT-Austin; T. Don Hutto; The Rag; Women's Movement; Immigration Attorneys; Educators
|People United - February 10, 2012 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live in the KOOP Studio with Bob Libal, Pam Resendiz and Geoff Valdes about the struggle against immigrant detention and, more specifically, the Hutto Visitation Program, a project of Grassroots Leadership that is organized with Texans United for Families.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Bob Libal; Grassroots Leadership; Geoff Valdes; Texans United for Families; Pam Resendiz; Texas DREAM Alliance; DREAM Act; Development; Relief and Education for Alien Minors; Hutto Visitation Program; T Don Hutto Residential Center; T Don Hutto Family Residential Facility; Corrections Corporation of America; Williamson County; Taylor; Carnes County Civil Detention Center; GEO Group; Secure Communities; US Immigration and Cutoms Enforcement; ICE; Federal Bureau of Investigation; FBI; immigration; immigrant rights; immigrant justice; immigrant detention; undocumented immigrants; immigrant children; immigrant women; immigrant men; immigrant families; detention centers; law enforcement; criminal justice; criminalization; finger prints; racial profiling; privacy; civil rights; civil liberties; social justice; current events
|People United - September 17, 2010 - Allan Campbell|
Episode features a conversation broadcast live the KOOP Studio with Bob Libal of Grassroots Leadership, Rocío Villalobos of Texans United for Families and the Hutto Visitation Program, and Esther Reyes of the Austin Immigrant Rights Coalition about the struggle for immigrant justice, particularly the fight to end detention and to keep Immigration & Custom Enforcement out of Travis County jail. In addition, Thorne Dreyer is heard speaking on the importance of community radio in general and KOOP ...
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Grassroots Leadership; Hutto Visitation Program; Texans United for Families; Austin Immigrant Rights Coaliton; Bob Libal; Rocío Villalobos; Cite and Release; Immigrantion and Custom Enforcement; ICE; Travis County jails; Austin Police Department; T Don Hutto; immigrant detention; immigrants; immigration; deportation; criminalization; race; poverty; scapegoating; rights; struggle; education; local; county; state; federal
|People United 2013 Jun 07 - Allan Campbell|
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features a conversation with Elaine Cohen, Natalie Goodnow and Rocío Villalobos of Texans United for Families about immigrant detention in Texas, particularly at the Polk County Adult Detention Center in Livingston and at the T. Don Hutto Residential Center (formerly the T. Don Hutto Family Residential Facility) in Taylor. They spoke at the KOOP Studio on June 2, 2013.
Keywords: People United; 91.7 FM; KOOP Radio; Austin TX; community radio; Elaine Cohen; Natalie Goodnow; Rocío Villalobos; Texans United for Families; Hutto Visitation Program; LIFT; Liberating Immigrant Families Together; CIVIC; Community Initiatives for Visiting Immigrants in Confinement; Detention Watch Network; Grassroots Leadership; Expose and Close; Bob Libal; Silky Shah; Sam Vong; Gislaine Williams; Geoff Valdés; ICE; Immigration and Customs Enforcement; CEC; Community Education Centers; IAH Secure Adult Detention Facility; Polk County; Adult Detention Center; Livingston; Houston; T Don Hutto Residential Center; Taylor; Williamson County; Texas; CCA; Corrections Corporation of America; GEO Group; United States; immigrant; immigration; justice; dignity; civil liberties; civil rights; human rights; legal assistance; accountability; oversight; women; children; men; family; families; privilege; subordination; profiling; criminalization; double standards; race; class; gender; sexual orientation; national origin; mass incarceration; detention; solitary confinement; for profit; private; prison; bank; investment; labor; laborer; exploit; exploitation; corporate; corporation; federal; contract; subcontract; lobby; prison industrial complex; deport; deportation; release; closure; reform; militarization; border; policy alternatives; visit; document; report; educate; education; protest; vigil; activism; struggle; community; alliances; current events